Program delivery

The program is delivered both virtually and in-person, which enables participants to work with their peers in an incubator-style space, as well as connect with the Inspire Nunavut team of trainers, mentors, and program ambassadors that are located throughout Canada. All encompassing support is provided to these entrepreneurs.


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Weekly workshops.

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Remote one-on-one mentorship

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On the ground support from the community coordinator

An incubator-style working space

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Weekly training allowance

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A curriculum customized to Nunavut.


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our approach

Entrepreneurship training, social innovation, and youth empowerment are all equally critical pieces of our framework. We employ a unique set of tools and strategies to deliver a multi-tiered curriculum, tailored to the socio-economic and cultural environment of remote communities in Nunavut. 

I truly believe that creating our own economy and our own small businesses with our youth has great opportunity.
— Joe Enook, Pond Inlet MLA

CURRICULUM & STRUCTURE

The program is delivered through a hybrid incubator model that enables participants to work with their peers in an incubator-style space, as well as connect with the Inspire Nunavut team of trainers, mentors, and program ambassadors that are located throughout Canada. 

phases

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